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US and UK consider tougher sanctions against Syria and allies

After talks in London, Boris Johnson concedes there is ‘lack of political appetite’ in west for military action The US and Britain said on Sunday that they were considering fresh economic sanctions against the Syrian government and its supporters in response to the continued bombardment of Aleppo, but failed to develop any consensus for tougher military options, including a no-bombing zone.
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